INFORMS 2015 - hand selected papers

The editors of JORS are delighted to introduce, free to view for a limited time to INFORMS delegates, this collection of papers, highlighting areas of particular interest to this year's conference.
Papers not published under a Gold Open Access licence are FREE to view until 1st December. We hope you enjoy them!

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OPTIMIZATION

Good Laboratory Practice for optimization research
Graham Kendall, Ruibin Bai, Jacek Błazewicz, Patrick De Causmaecker, Michel Gendreau, Robert John, Jiawei Li, Barry McCollum, Erwin Pesch, Rong Qu, Nasser Sabar, Greet Vanden Berghe, Angelina Yee

 A hybrid collaborative algorithm to solve an integrated wood transportation and paper pulp production problem
Jose Eduardo PecoraJunior, Angel Ruiz, Patrick Soriano

SUPPLY CHAIN; MULTIPLE CRITERIA DECISION MAKING

Coordinating contracts for supply chains that market with mail-in rebates and retailer promotions
Shilei Yang, Charles L Munson, Bintong Chen, Chunming Shi

A bi-criteria hybrid metaheuristic for analysing an integrated automotive supply chain
Sherif A Masoud, Scott J Mason

Economic and environmental comparison of grouping strategies in coordinated multi-item inventory systems
Dinçer Konur, Brian Schaefer

Bi-criterion procedures to support logistics decision making: cost and uncertainty
Willem A Rijpkema, Eligius M T Hendrix, Roberto Rossi

DATA ENVELOPMENT ANALYSIS

A new approach for achievement of the equilibrium efficient frontier with fixed-sum outputs
Lei Fang

Efficiency measurement with a non-convex free disposal hull technology
Hirofumi Fukuyama, Jens Leth Hougaard, Kazuyuki Sekitani, Jianming Shi

ORGANISATION SCIENCE; DECISION ANALYTICS

Donor patterns: a modular structure for sharing knowledge
Alan Jessop, David Parker(Oakdene Hollins), John Temple(Consultant)

FACILITY LOGISTICS

Forecast-driven model for prepositioning supplies in preparation for a foreseen hurricane
Gina Galindo Pacheco, Rajan Batta

REVENUE MANAGEMENT & PRICING

Risk minimising strategies for revenue management problems with target values
Matthias Koenig, Joern Meissner